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Elma van Boxel

Elma van Boxel (1975) and Kristian Koreman (1978) studied landscape architecture at IAH Larenstein, architecture and urbanism, AVBR (van Boxel) and philosophy, Erasmus University Rotterdam (Koreman). They founded ZUS [Zones Urbaines Sensibles] in 2001, where they work on solicited and unsolicited designs and research studies in the field of architecture, urbanism and landscape design.

Realized projects include the landscape design of the Dutch Pavilion for the Shanghai World Expo 2010, the Central Park on the World Expo, the Printemps park at Grand Bigard Brussels and the exhibition pavilion Spiegelzee on the Dutch coast. Large-scale urban plans, such as Almere Duin, are under construction. A typical result of their proactive working method is the Test Site Rotterdam. Currently, they are working together with MIT and Urbanisten on the Rebuild by Design Project in the U.S.

Border Sessions 2014 - Thu, 13 Nov 2014

What will we find when we scratch the surface of technology buzz.
It’s not easy these days to be a Renaissance man or woman. Technology and society as a whole are changing at quite a speed. There’s a tremendous amount of research, new business development and social change to follow. We invited 4 forward thinking professionals to form a team on stage and deliberate on what they think is worth studying more closely, what trends really affect our day to day lives and what the future will bring. Is it a lightened pavement? Or 3D printed jewellery? Or can we find even more fascinating things when we scratch the technology buzz’s surface.